A solution to the problem of chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) not only would dramatically improve quality of life for sufferers, but also would save lives by allowing cancer treatment to continue at optimal levels.
Although oncologists have made great strides in many aspects of cancer treatment, one area that has remained very difficult to treat is peripheral neuropathy, namely pain that can be caused by the cancer or by its treatment. In thes... Read Post
A University of Wolverhampton scientist has received a grant worth Â£15,000 from leading research charity Breast Cancer Campaign to investigate improvements to chemotherapy treatment. Around 40 per cent of cancers are resistant to c... Read Post